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Alleged bar shooters arrested in gang crackdown

Phone calls intercepted by the FBI in California have led to the arrest of four alleged members of the Westside Crips for a shooting that left one person dead and four others injured. Authorities say that the wiretapped calls were made by one of the shooters, implicating both himself and other gang members in the violence that occurred September 2017 outside of a bar in Bakersfield. Of the four arrested, three are suspected of murder.

Multiple people charged in shooting that left 1 dead

Authorities reported on Jan. 2 that a California man was taken into custody after he was accused of being involved in a shooting that left one person dead and two others with injuries. According to authorities, the 31-year-old man was alleged to be a reputed gang member.

California crime figures expected to improve

The violent crime rate is expected to fall from 2016 to 2017 in three California cities according to projections from the New York University School of Law's Brennan Center for Justice. Researchers from the law and public policy institute analyzed crime trends in the nation's 30 largest cities using police reports and historical data, and they concluded that the overall crime rate in the United States is expected to fall slightly by 1.8 percent and the violent crime rate by 0.6 percent by the end of 2017. The study includes data from Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose. Data from San Francisco was not available when the study was prepared in September.

California man charged with the murder of his girlfriend

Police in California have charged a 26-year-old man with murder after the body of his missing girlfriend was discovered in a remote part of Siskiyou County. The man was taken into custody by deputies from the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office on Oct. 10, and reports indicate that he is being held at a detention facility in Yreka, with bail set at $1 million.

Differences between first-degree and second-degree murder

When California residents are charged with murder, they could be charged with first-degree murder or second-degree murder. While both charges deal with an intentional killing of someone, the first-degree and second-degree part of the charges are different based on the accused individuals' mental states.

Home security video aids investigation of California gang

Police in Richmond have arrested seven men accused of participating in a crime spree committed by a gang known as Swerve Team. The Richmond Chief of Police said that surveillance video captured during a home invasion in Fremont launched the investigation that eventually involved local, state and federal law enforcement. A detective recognized a man in the video as someone from Richmond and wondered why he was in Fremont. The seven suspects now face charges for multiple violent crimes, including three murders and 14 attempts at killing people, that occurred throughout Contra Costa and Alameda counties.

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